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For sale is a beautifully designed set of thick antique Victorian floor tiles by W Godwin Lugwardine, Hereford.
- Six glazed encaustic tiles with a quatrefoil foliate design finished in a ...
A pretty set of four tiles by Minton and Hollins marked underneath. Four tiles all tubelined and coloured showing stylised plant/flowers in the arts and crafts manner. A slight jugendstil ...
A collection of thirty one tiles
Sold as a job lot
Several Arts and Crafts tiles
Various examples of Victorian tiles
Framed Sherwin & Cotton Tile of William Gladstone by George Cartlidge originally taken from a photograph by Mendelssohn.
Superb, stunning original condition. Complete with period oak frame, manufacturers mark inscribed to ...
Highly collectible ceramic tile titled ‘Pescatore’ which translates to fisherman. Made in 1943 by renowned Italian ceramist Dino Rofi (B. 1896).
The tile has a hole near the centre made by ...
A rather lovely set of six inch tiles. Each hand painted and glazed with rural and waterside scenes, involving mountainous highlands and stormy seas. Possibly Scottish inspired.
Would look lovely set ...
Including the frame measures approximately 20 cm square (8")
Late 19th Century Wedgwood tile designed by Helen Miles
Really lovely blue and white Victorian scene
This was one of 12 representing each month ...
Size: 152 mm square, 10 mm thick
Condition: Very good condition, apparently not used. Some slight pitting to the dark red lines which may be from manufacture.
This is a very unusual ...
This delightful and striking tile panel shows a man and boy on a horse, modelled in low relief. Most of the panel has a gloss glaze surface, but the faces ...
A beautiful and impressive original artwork by the famous British artist Ron Hitchins. It’s made from a collage of unique handmade tiles, beautifully crafted by the artist. Each one is ...
The design of these beautiful tiles is usually attributed to Lewis F Day, a prominent designer of the late 19th century and a key figure in the Arts and Crafts ...
A Qajar polychrome tile, of rectangular form with moulded decoration painted in underglaze blue, magenta and green showing a scene from the Shahnameh of kings, with attendants, enjoying a banquet ...
These are a pair of Victorian frames measuring 12ins x 52ins each frame containing 5 blue and white tiles stamped Minton's, Stoke on Trent.
The scenes mainly depict what would appear ...
A pretty example of an Art Nouveau tile depicting a pink rose. It is relief moulded which is then filled with coloured glazes. It was probably made by the factory ...
This is a rare Antique Floral Majolica Tile manufactured by Godwin & Hewitt. A stunning tile with a big and bold floral design executed in an impressive manner well moulded ...
These are a rare set of tiles by Kate Greenaway showing the four seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter.
Made by T & R Boote.
Made 19th April 1881 .
I did ...
Offered for sale is this attractive late Victorian antique tile with a large pink flower surrounded by two hummingbirds. It is set against a cream background. The design was registered ...
This is a beautiful antique Persian Qajar tile dating from the early 19th century. The tile is wonderfully glazed in the typical and very pretty colours of blues greens and ...
A really decent set of twelve tiles by Corn Brothers. These tiles retail from £25 each but are priced to sell. All twelve for £110 with free delivery. Typically Gothic ...
Superb framed Galleon & Lighthouse tile by William De Morgan dating to Late Fulham Period. The pattern features a galleon leaving port in full sail with rowers/lookout on choppy seas ...
This is a superb framed Lion and Lioness tile (no.1074) by William De Morgan dating to Early Fulham Period (1888–1897). Animals are in dark green relief against a turquoise background). ...
This is a superb framed Bedford Park Anemone tile by William De Morgan dating to 1898 (Late Fulham Period). Painted in polychrome and decorated with 5 blue flowers amongst leaves. ...
This is a red lustre tile by William De Morgan with a raised pattern of a bird with outstretched wings. Impressed mark for Early Fulham Period (1888-1897).
Unusual pair of vintage Pilkington tiles dating from the 1960’s, the first in the form of a trivet with a hand painted, geometric floral design in blue and turquoise colours ...
A charming, hand painted pottery wall plaque in a folk art style decorated in relief with a couple in a horse drawn carriage and designed by Josef Simon. Fashioned in ...
A rare and interesting portrait tile of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The design is by George Cartlidge, a well known Staffordshire designer of the late C19th and early C20th. This ...
This is an attractive Victorian antique tile. It has a floral printed design in red, green and brown against a creamy background. In very good condition.
Postage will be extra for ...
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